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Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Khruangbin & Leon Bridges, Antibalas, Cream, The Lone Bellow, Green Day, Makaya McCraven and Christopher Paul Stelling.
Despite missing out on this year’s Newport Folk fest, Aaron “Neddy” Stein says don’t miss theese two acts playing Rhode Island this weekend.
We profile The Black Hollies and Christopher Paul Stelling as two under-the-radar acts we think our readers will enjoy.
About Christopher Paul Stelling
After releasing his debut album Songs of Praise and Scorn in February of 2012, Christopher Paul Stelling toured relentlessly. Singing his songs with a pure uninhibited delivery, Stelling has become known for the intensity and passion put into his live performances. Owing as much to the bards and troubadours of times long since past as to his contemporaries, Stelling’s ever developing commitment to his craft is obvious. His second album False Cities was released on May 21st, 2013 on the heels of his first european tour. False Cities is a record that is set to bring Stelling’s gothic folk mix of howling fingerpicked stomps and crooning laments to even further realization. The remainder of 2013 will see him touring further and harder than ever while he preps songs for his yet to be titled third record.
Tedeschi Trucks Band busted out a Cowboy cover during their acoustic set at the Warner Theatre in Washington D.C.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead dusted off a Radiohead cover and welcomed Scott Metzger’s “future wife” violinist Katie Jacoby for a Bob Dylan tune at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.
Phish Riviera Maya 2020 continued in Mexico with night two featuring bust outs, impressive segues, rarities, memorable jams and more.
To celebrate Grateful Dead keyboardist Vince Welnick’s birthday, watch him lead the band on The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” and The Beatles’ “Tomorrow Never Knows” from MSG in 1993.
In honor of Faces’ recent reunion, this week’s Full Show Friday features 44 glorious minutes of pro-shot video from the band’s 1973 show at Edmonton Sundown in London.